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We are so pleased to sponsor another hands-on Handi Quilter Education Event in our shop! This one will be smaller than the last, meaning spots are limited!
Join us for four days of hands-on instruction with HQ national educator, Judy Hays, featuring four special classes. Each class is offered twice from Oct 14-17.
We will have only 6 machines per class and 1 per machine* so spots are very limited. * Two friends or family members are welcome to share a machine. Sign up together. No extra cost for the second person!
No experience necessary. Just come and play. We provide the HQ Amara machines and everything you need to stitch, plus lunch! Join us for an unforgettable experience!
Each class is 3 hours and $79. You save $10 off each class when you when you sign up for multiple classes!
Taking the Mystery
Out of Longarm Quilting
- Wed Oct 14 am or Fri Oct 16 am.
Plus we provide lunch! If you are in the morning class, plan to stay for a little something light to eat. If you are in the afternoon class, come on early!
All attendees must wear a mask. Safe distancing rules will be in effect.
Judy learned to knit, crochet, and hand embroider at a very young age, and began garment sewing later in high school. Her love of quilting began with a Bicentennial quilt kit from a magazine and has flourished ever since. She loves to piece quilts using various methods and techniques, and is especially fond of traditional patterns and machine embroidered blocks. Working at her local quilt store since 2008, she fell in love with Handi Quilter longarm machines and all they can do to help her finish quilts faster. Since her previous career was in computer networking, Judy was especially drawn to the Pro-Stitcher® and its endless design possibilities. She quilts with an HQ Infinity® with Pro-Stitcher®, and loves to design quilting patterns using the Pro-Stitcher simulator. Helping new quilters gain confidence in their quilting skills and finding their own passion is extremely rewarding for Judy. Judy lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado, with her husband, Bill, who “aids and abets” her quilting passion. She and Bill have two married sons, two grandsons and one granddaughter.
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